We provide commercial contract support for in-house legal teams and also handle major projects and business-critical contracts for companies across sectors. The team has dedicated commercial lawyers who at any one time will be working on deals ranging from straightforward agreements to complex multi-party projects spanning multiple jurisdictions.
We work with clients to structure and document relationships with suppliers, customers or strategic partners, including any concession, right or licence won to exploit a market or material asset. We draft the range of documents necessary to create and preserve these relationships, protect our clients’ rights and enhance the value of their businesses.
Our advice covers commercial agreements including purchase and supply, partnering, agency and distribution, franchise, logistics and warehousing, facilities management, management arrangements, commercial outsourcing, joint ventures, partnerships and strategic alliances. We believe in the strategic alliance as a business medium, we understand its importance to our clients’ businesses and we have significant experience implementing strategic alliances by way of joint ventures.
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